6 Ways to Collaborate with Other Bloggers &
There are several ways we can support each other. As a bonus, this should also increase your blog traffic (win-win).
This is my first bimonthly blogger roundup. I believe it is important to recognize other bloggers and to develop positive relationships.
Since your blog is your reputation, think about who you are partnering with, and make sure everything is spelled out, so there are no misunderstandings. Have fun, and get connected using these 6 methods!
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6 Ways to Collaborate with Other Bloggers
- Roundups like this that highlight other blogs related to your own blog. I will be doing that in this post. I have 3 niche blog, so I will list at least 1 blog for each niche (Teacher- for teachers & parents PreK-5th Grade, Reader- Book reviews/reading challenges (if you are a reader, challenges are a great way to interact with other readers, and Life- Lifestyle including blogging).
- Guest Posts- You can get guest posts through Facebook groups, look to make connections with other bloggers in your niche, and ask to write guest posts with bloggers you know. Be sure to be clear about expectations on both sides.
- Roundups that include other blogger input. For example, a list of 10 bloggers that explain how they made their blogs successful.
- Writing positive comments on other blogs.
- Network with other bloggers by participating in Pinterest group boards, join Facebook groups that support other bloggers, participate in Linky parties, and respond to comments and outreach from your audience.
- Create a post by interviewing another blogger
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If you like my blog, check out these other featured bloggers!
Teachers/Parents- Grades PreK-5th Grade
- My Three Readers (Tools of Literacy & Learning for Beginning Readers) https://mythreereaders.com/ I have a master’s degree in Reading K-12, and My Three Readers also has some great resources for young readers.
- Teaching 2-3 Year Olds https://teaching2and3yearolds.comThis site is filled with activities for toddlers.
Reader- Reading Challenges for you to join for 2019- I joined the following 2019 Reading Challenges for 2019. I am including the links here.
- Alphabet Soup Reading Challenge and Craving for Cozies (Cozy Mystery Challenge) by Escape with Dollycas into a Good Book https://www.escapewithdollycas.com/ – She has other Reading Challenges as well.
- My Kind of Mystery (Any Mystery- no number limits) and Gentle Spectrums (Categories in any Genre-no number limits) Hosted by Riedel Fascination https://cmriedel.wordpress.com/ – She has other Reading Challenges as well.
- Cruisin’ Thru the Cozies (Cozy Mystery Challenge) by Socrates’ Book Reviews https://socratesbookreviews.blogspot.com/ –She also has other Reading Challenges.
- First in a Reading Challenge (First Book in a Cozy Mystery Series)by Cuddle Up with a Cozy Mystery and a Dachshund https://cuddleupwithacozymysteryandadachshund.blog/
Click HERE to read my 2019 Reading Challenges’ post.
Life- Lifestyle-I am going to write more blog related posts. Therefore, I recommend these blogs about blogging.
- https://paulasextonhickey.com/ Paula Sexton Hickey is a Virtual Assistant. In my opinion, she writes super helpful posts about blogging. (Full disclosure, Paula has helped me with my website as a virtual assistant.)
- https://www.mostlyblogging.com/ Janice Wald’s Mostly Blogging is a website dedicated to blogging. As a bonus, Mostly Blogging hosts a Linky Party every Monday, blog parties, and has a Pinterest Group Board you can join. (Full disclosure, Janice has mentored me with my blog in the past.)